Candy German September Box

It’s chocolate time again – We are sure that many of you waited for those words. Because we could not send much chocolate during the hot months, we now want to indulge your chocolate passion again. And we have something very special for you this month that we never did before: a Candy German competition! The winner will get a very special Candy German box in addition to the regular October box. If you want to take part, please just follow the instructions below:

  1. Take a photo of yourself together with the September box. Please make sure that it is special, extraordinary, original, creative, and funny.
  2. Post your photo on your (not our!) Facebook or/and Twitter page until October 13 and add the hashtag #CandyGermanCom
  3. Make sure your post/tweet is public, so that we can find it!

We are going to decide which photo we like the most and who is the winner of the special Candy German box that will be shipped on October 15. Good luck!

But now, first of all, get to know more about your September German candy box!

Lindt Mini Pralinés

We are happy to present you this special delicacy. As every Lindt product, this one is extraordinarily good. The pretty designed box contains 20 pralines in the following sorts:

Wow, where should I start!? Each single praline in this box is a unique gourmet taste. You will agree by looking at the picture below. A feast for the eyes! The goodies do not only look great they even taste better. It would not make sense to describe each single sort, just try them and fall in love with your Lindt Mini Pralinés. Please be careful with the three sorts containing alcohol. Don’t give them to your kids!

Lindt Mini Pralinés Lindt Mini Pralinés

Werther’s Original Karamell or Feine Helle

A very traditional German candy is Werther’s Original produced by the German candy company Storck. Perhaps you know the plain caramel hard candies? Those were the primary product under the brand name Werther’s Original. As it’s usual for most brands, the assortment was expanded over the years. For a couple of years now, you find those chocolaty caramel goodies in Germany. Either you have the "Karamell" or the "Feine Helle", which means fine light, in your monthly candy subscription box. Both are a combination of milk chocolate and the well known original Werther’s caramel, but in different ways. The Karamell goodies have a smooth and rich caramel filling, the Feine Helle goodies have caramel added to the chocolate itself. It’s a matter of taste which one you prefer, but to be honest: I love both of them! Both are the perfect chocolaty indulgence.

Werther’s Original

Werther’s Original

Milka Crispello Vanille or Schoko

A rich cream, vanilla or chocolate, is put in a wafer surrounded by milk chocolate. Sound awesome, doesn’t it? That’s exactly what Milka did with this quite new German candy, the Milka Crispello. Again chance decided which sort you get in your box and again both are equally good. Both goodies’ cream filling is so delicious. The vanilla one has a very aromatic vanilla taste, the chocolate cream is very smooth and just perfect. The wafer in der middle of this German candy is very crunchy and the chocolate icing is just as good as Milka chocolate always is. There are 13 pieces in this bag, every single one is individually wrapped.

Milka Crispello

Milka Crispello

Katjes Fred Ferkel

This is the only German candy in this month’s box that has nothing to do with chocolate. We know that you love gummies as well, so we put at least one non-chocolate product in the box. And of course it is a very special one. Fred Ferkel means Fred the piglet. Aren’t those little Freds cute? They consist of a foamy gummy that does not include gelatin – so this product is vegetarian. Katjes has a lot of vegetarian products, they all taste phenomenally good. The piglets are very fruity and sweet, but not too sweet. I cannot stop eating them once the bag is open. I’m sure you will feel the same. Enjoy!

Katjes Fred Ferkel

Ritter Sport Halbbitter

Yay! Ritter Sport! Many of you emailed that you want more Ritter Sport in your Candy German subscription box. Here is another sort, the Halbbitter which means half bitter. This bar consists of 50% cocoa which comes from Papua New Guinea. It is very rich and creamy and melts in your mouth. There is not much more to say about this German candy, just try it!

Ritter Sport Halbbitter

Knoppers

This candy from Germany is known as a little brekky for in between. The first time we sent Knoppers in your monthly candy subscription box was in August 2014. Back then it was the mini version. This time you get two full size Knoppers. Many of you told us that you love Knoppers and that you want to see it in the box again. Knoppers is one of Storck’s best known and most popular product. You could describe it as follows: Multilayered crispy-baked wafer with one third whole-wheat flour, milk and melted nougat cream filling, with crunchy roasted hazelnuts. Sounds really mouth-watering and in fact it is. The treat is the perfect combination of crispness and creaminess as well as nutty, milky, and chocolaty indulgence!

Knoppers

Milka Tender

Have you ever heard of Schwarzwälder Kirsch Torte? It’s a very special cake from the German Black Forest. It mainly consists of chocolate dough, cream and cherries. And that’s exactly what Milka put in the Tender Schwarzwälder Kirsch. The little pastry roll tastes very similar to Black Forest Cake. The name says it: Tender is absolutely tender! The combination of the ingredients fits perfectly. I love to eat tender in the afternoon together with a cup of coffee or tea.

Milka Tender

That was your chocolaty September German candy subscription box. We hope you like it. As always feel free to give us your feedback at hello@candygerman.com and don’t forget about our Candy German competition #CandyGermanCom!